Twilight Time’s release of Warlock will bring some much-deserved attention to Edward Dmytryk’s morally knotty western.
Arrow Academy releases a fantastic Blu-ray transfer of a major work in the filmography of director Robert Siodmak.
Alibi is awkwardly suspended between the gliding camera of silent cinema and the stagnant medium-shot of early talkies.
An alternately arresting and creaky curio for students of the gangster genre.
Not as wicked as the first set, but Gentleman Jim by itself makes it a must for fans.
It endures as one of the finest Flynn-de Havilland collaborations, providing a grand stage for the duo’s playful, poignant rapport.
If Custer's beyond-the-grave wish was to protect the Native Americans from corporate cretins, then I'm Errol Flynn.